August 22, 2014 RSS feed / Sports

Skyhawks swimming for more glory

Janice Thompson enters her ninth season as the Hammond Skyhawks’ swim coach with a wealth of returning talent. More...

Eagles experienced

There’s good news and more good news for the Airport Eagles’ cross country team. First, the boys were region champions last year. They took third in the Lower State meet, and finished 14th at the Class 3A state championships. More...

Former Bearcat goes pro

Herbert Cojulun, Brookland- Cayce’s alltime leading goal scorer, has signed a three year professional contract with professional soccer club Club Xelajú MC, in the Guatemalan 1st division. More...

Cardinal Newman young but ready

Bob Watson is in the Cardinal Newman Athletic Hall of Fame and for good reason. As a Cardinal Newman student, he earned a double scholarship in both basketball and baseball to the University of South Carolina at Sumter. More...

Bearcats open new home

Brookland- Cayce alumni, students, staff, and fans came out Sunday, August 17 for the Bearcat Stadium ribbon cutting ceremony. More...

CN veterans will have to step up

For the first time in a long time, the Cardinal Newman Cardinals’ girls’ tennis team will be without the services of Brittney Desmond. More...

Sertoma Sportsarama kicks off District 1 football

The 54th Annual Richland Sertoma Club’s Sportsarama kicked off the football season for Richland District One schools at Benedict’s Charles W. Johnson Stadium Saturday, August 16. Keenan and Columbia started the action. C.A. More...

Falcons power to District 1 Combine title

A.C. Flora athletes won the overall competition for both boys and girls at the first-ever Richland District 1 strength and speed combine held August 16 at Benedict College. More...

Transfers have Falcons flying high

A.C. Flora’s top two players from last year’s girls’ tennis Class 3A semifinalist team are gone, but don’t cry for the Lady Falcons. No. 1 Shelby Prince left the school, and Emily Sandlin graduated. More...

Lots of new faces for B-C tennis

The good news is the Brookland- Cayce Lady Bearcats return two of their top three players to this year’s tennis team, Madison Conwell at No. 1 and Brooke Smith who is slated to play at No. 2. More...

Vikings rebuilding

John Jones has been at Spring Valley for 34 years. As a cross country coach, he has compiled a 348-41 record. Last year, he led the Viking boys’ team to a 21-1 record. More...

Bearcats have high numbers returning

The Brookland-Cayce Bearcat swimming team is no longer the lone squad in Region V-3A. This year the Bearcats are joined by Airport Aiken. Needless to say, head coach Sarah Lowery is now looking for a region title. More...

Seniors lead Dreher

Rebekah Garbett enters her second year at the helm of the Dreher Blue Devil volleyball program. Last year’s squad finished 4-12 and missed the playoffs. The Blue Devils haven’t been to the playoffs since a first round exit in 2010. More...

CRSA Sky 01 Girls win Riverside Summer Shootout

The Congaree Rapid Soccer Association’s Sky 01 Girls’ Team won the U13 Girls White Division of the Riverside Summer Shootout held in Asheville, N.C., August 16-17. More...